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Odeon refuse to show alice in wonderland movie

barky Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
The new version starring johnny depp will not be shown in any odeon cinema and looks like other chains will follow suit.

This is over a dispute with disney who want to release all their future movies on dvd just 12 weeks after cinema release-cinemas believe this will affect their profits.

Ironically the odeon leicester square is the venue for the premiere on thursday night.

You think 12 weeks is too short a gap?are the cinemas right?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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banned#1
I'm with the cinemas here, looks like Disney are just being greedy.
banned#2
12 Weeks is borderline, an example being avatar. Most people may reconsider going to the cinema to see it as it would be on dvd soon, obviouslly not a disney film, but none the less, it would be too soon. disney films are hardly films that lose effect at home either
#3
http://forum.belmont.edu/business/crying_child.jpg
#4
does it really matter? many people will download it before its even been released at the cinema never mind 12 weeks later!!! lol...

:)
banned#5
Its available R5 within days!

All's good for the consumer though over all. A big thanks to all you pir8s out there.:thumbsup:
banned#6
transit
http://forum.belmont.edu/business/crying_child.jpg


Well the use of these kids crying pictures is quickly becoming passé!
#7
master_chief
Well the use of these kids crying pictures is quickly becoming passé!


Fair enough......

http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p141/ianfry/cryingMan.jpg
banned#8
transit
Fair enough......

http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p141/ianfry/cryingMan.jpg


That's better :thumbsup:
#9
guv
Its available R5 within days!

All's good for the consumer though over all. A big thanks to all you pir8s out there.:thumbsup:


lol-agree in most cases but disney dont release r5s do they?
#10
Cinema's do right, if more and more films start doing this then people will wait twelve weeks and buy it from the community killing superstores *cough* Tesco *cough* . I'd be all for a six months minimum.
banned#11
It's the eternal battle between the distributors and the exhibitors!
#12
maybe it will stop some of the dodgy pirate dvds
banned#13
Little Munchkin;7920885
maybe it will stop some of the dodgy pirate dvds



No it means dvd rips/copys would be available sooner than the release date for the dvd product
banned#14
dj_urban
No it means dvd rips/copys would be available sooner than the release date for the dvd product


Also you get the staggered international releases!
#15
Little Munchkin
maybe it will stop some of the dodgy pirate dvds


But id miss the little guy who comes round on his bike shouting '3 for 10... 3 for 10'

:thumbsup:
#16
12 weeks is way too soon, suprising disney want to do that
#17
Could kill off small independent cinemas, sometimes they can wait weeks for prints.
#18
master_chief
I'm with the cinemas here, looks like Disney are just being greedy.


I thought it was all about the kids man - what about the little kids?! :cry:

Disney are evil, end of.
#19
Little Munchkin
maybe it will stop some of the dodgy pirate dvds


You could download a 1080p rip of Up before it was even out at the cinema here!!

So someone told me........ :thumbsup:

I'm not too fussed, nowadays i don't go to the cinema to see a film because you can't get it on DVD/Elsewhere, i go because i like the experience of the big screen etc.

There's a cinema local to me which shows films reeeaaallly late, prety much when they're coming out on DVD, i wish they would show old clasics, would love to see Forrest Gump, Pulp Fiction etc. on te big screen again

Although having a 7 month old has meant i haven't been to the cinema for roughly 7 and a half months.
#20
I read somewhere that the cinemas are also unhappy because they have bought the new 3d tecnnology and now firms like Disney are trying to bring this in after they have paid for upgrades.......

BUT wait? is that not the reason we pay more to watch 3D films??? to pay for the equipment that they bought? even if you have the unlimited pass you have to pay extra for the 3d films. They'll get there money back and much more from their surcharge on 3d films.
#21
Bloody popcorn makes them more money than 4D technology would!!
#22
since when are films in the cinema for 3 months?
i will always rather see a film at the cinema!

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